located in an elevated area near water.
A shallow depression lined with plant material and down.
They feed mainly on plant material. When feeding in water,
they submerge their heads and necks to reach aquatic plants.
Black head and neck with white "chinstrap" with
brownish body plumage.
the second year of their lives, Canada Geese
a mate. The female lays 4-8 eggs with
both parents protecting
the nest while the eggs incubate.
During that time, they
lose their flight feathers, so that
they cannot fly until
after their eggs hatch.
This period lasts for 25-28 days.